Giveaway raises $400 for 4-H causes

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Mike Berger (left) of the Peabody Sausage House and Steve Goertzen of Goertzen Farms were instrumental in the 4-H Developmental Council hog giveaway during the Marion County Fair in late July. One half of the hog was awarded in a drawing to The Lumberyard in Hillsboro and the other half to Larry Heim of Canton. Goertzen Farms and Citizens State Bank donated the hog and the meat processing was donated by Peabody Sausage House. Ticket sales raised $400 for the development fund, which sponsors scholarships for Marion County 4-H youth to attend college and to attend Rock Springs Camp.

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